The Final Lap Weekly NASCAR Racing Radio Podcast #482 Playoffs Continue at New Hampshire

SHOW #482 – A full Chicagoland race recap, XFinity Series Playoffs Preview, Kasey Kahne gets a ride, Brad Vs. Toyota, Hendrick gets Grubb, and we preview race #2 in NASCAR’s Cup Series Playoffs. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie ( Roughly 48:00 mins)

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The Final Lap Weekly NASCAR Racing Radio Podcast #481 Playoffs Begin at Chicagoland

SHOW #481 – We recap the final race of the regular season from Richmond, try to avoid ambulances at all costs, scrape the wall to bring out the caution, and all the weeks BREAKING DANICA NEWS. Plus we review our NASCAR Playoffs Brackets and get you all set up for Chicagoland. Hosted by Kerry Murphey and Toby Christie. ( Roughly 48:00 mins)

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Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Clinch Scenarios for Richmond

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (Sept. 1, 2014) – With his win at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday night, Kasey Kahne became the 13th winner of the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season – and the 13th member of the 2014 Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.

Matt Kenseth finished second at Atlanta, and though winless, has accumulated enough points throughout the regular season to guarantee himself a spot in the Chase.

Fourteen Chase spots are now taken, assuming those 14 drivers all attempt to qualify at Richmond. Continue reading “Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Clinch Scenarios for Richmond”

22 Races In The Books, NASCAR 2014 Cup Series Chase Grid Looks Like This

2014 Chase Grid Outlook

Pos.
Drivers
Wins
Points
Chase Bonus Pts
1
 Dale Earnhardt Jr.
3
773
9
2
 Brad Keselowski
3
696
9
3
 Jimmie Johnson
3
650
9
4
 Jeff Gordon
2
768
6
5
 Joey Logano
2
671
6
6
 Carl Edwards
2
658
6
7
 Kevin Harvick
2
645
6
8
 Kyle Busch
1
615
3
9
 Denny Hamlin
1
552
3
10
 Aric Almirola
1
532
3
11
 Kurt Busch
1
529
3
12
 AJ Allmendinger
1
525
3
13
 Matt Kenseth
0
703
0
14
 Ryan Newman
0
645
0
15
 Kyle Larson
0
635
0
16
 Clint Bowyer
0
634
0
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17
 Greg Biffle
0
626
0
18
 Kasey Kahne
0
622
0
19
 Austin Dillon
0
616
0
20
 Marcos Ambrose
0
584
0
21
 Paul Menard
0
574
0
22
 Brian Vickers
0
573
0
23
 Jamie McMurray
0
566
0
24
 Tony Stewart
0
537
0
25
 Casey Mears
0
516
0
26
 Martin Truex Jr.
0
508
0
27
 Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
0
447
0
28
 Danica Patrick
0
419
0
29
 Justin Allgaier
0
398
0
30
 Michael Annett
0
360
            0

 

No Playoffs, No Problem for Those Outside Chase, McMurray / Keselowski

nascar_nscs_cms_brad_keselowski_winWhen it comes to this year’s Chase, Brad Keselowski and Jamie McMurray are to Jesse Pinkman as Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth are to Heisenberg.

Though Keselowski and McMurray may not get the headlines, they’ve made a ton of noise, this year’s playoffs wouldn’t be the same without them – and you have to love their moxie. Continue reading “No Playoffs, No Problem for Those Outside Chase, McMurray / Keselowski”